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RUT AW Am Am Am A« Am An Am AW Am Am Am A* A* AmAm Al/VWAIAWA VALUE , I Quuin J1 SERVICE M [ Are outstanding features of this 4/ L store. The policy is more em phasized in the purchasing op portunitfes offered at the pres- IS4LELi§ j With Credit > 1l OTP I Accommodations |TI I H You may select from our immense stock the \\ . I ■ essentials of the Summer wardrobe, especially 11/' / ? prepared and specially priced, charffing to your I A I H account. This is a part of our rral service to Vt\V I I you—sale prices with all the usual credit priv- / IjP c ileges. You need not pay your bill the first L fl of the month, but. by a much more liberal \ \\ W l| arrangement, pay it as convenient, in small L Vi M j? weekly or monthly payments. §Fine Apparel At Sale Prices Hats of "smart, chic" styles, beautiful gowrns, frocks of all sorts, handsome tail ored suits and coats, evening wraps and capes, novelty suits and stylishly-cut skirts, all waiting to be displayed at your pleasure and convenience and all offered at reduced sale prices with credit conven- KPP' * The Store that has made a credit policy one of fts many real services its customers—that has made it a dignified, businesslike, sensible part modern selling. I I I ttt'a ot at Roldt'*; eoiy boiee for] 5; the whole family. ASK FOR Mid GET Horlick's The Original Malted Milk Iw Infants and Invalid* lmitation* and Sufcttltnte# M AMUSEMENTS I PANTAGKS Wm mnw. »ii>. *i«*t« r *■»« » I »•« Fiayte* 1 MMK. CRMSWUTIWJ I Cit. rnM. M.rvl.f *.«!' L«4 lair .'I Cballla a lamhert t.rlff I Tan a Eamm t»antaTWM»pe_ 1 Hail I,■ —Mat* . Ik; V||hu. ««e PILKESS nrik-i'inr tiiiott MI THE ARGYLE p A CP ROBT. HII.I.IARJr* V/\ J L BKt HVU ZM XlfhU, tit t« 91: Vlailnem. He to 64e 3| Wir - T> * , i.BinrjT i •TOSICV." "AHIK" nnrf "OtK" "FAN TAN" ■ JHfllM INaniflr), i(k. Matlneea I*l - Monday I. !>. Mill- RMH »f Kfpt ■Minilftf), IJr ■ATIKKKH: l:M MI.HTK; 1:IS, »:U . I.ORW'I Dftr«fti«n of ArVrrniM A (Urrla "C'IIKKK I P" With Bamr) N«rt«n, Kiilh NoWt •ml 1/oerMta l(o||o C+m*4>—Vmt J <.lrl»—Melody Olher lilic "Hip" Arts texture Photoplay NARfI NORMANM In "BAC K TO THK MOORS "KIHN MF." With Dorothea Hadllmr, |««hrll«i Wtalwk, Harry Mryrr POWNKY A WHITING 111 *H IMOTIIKKK Hsr-* ft Merman Gardner A I fart man f Baskets? Ilsrtholdi's lllrds TWICE DAILY—t:M, 8:19 METROPOLITAN Mats. Wednesday and «sturday FANCHON A MARCO REVUE ■THk All Mar (M) •' Nanlral lomerty Favarite* and Thirty af the Nan Heaatltal Mr la la the World JVtfhta —Mr la >i Mall -Mi to II Husband Avenge* Murder of Wife CHICAGO. June 22.— After he had killed Mr* Ruth Wanderer, 11, n man auppoeed to hare been E. Master*, former rireua employe, wu* ■hot to death by the victim'* hu» band. Mm, Wanderer, wtjo w».* a brtde of a year, wu tryin* to open the door of her mother"* flat when a robber opened fir* and killed her. The hushand Inntantly drew his run and killed the murderer. Wanderer wu decorated for brar ery in France, where be aerred three yearn. Shock Is Fatal to Soldier's Mother Never fully recovered from the •hock cau*ed by the death of her only eon while he wit* In the army training camp at Vancouver, Waah.. In Hl*. Mrs. Joaephlna K Halvoraen died Monday at the family resi dence, 7541 Second ave. N. K. Mrs. Halvoraen waa 60 yarn old and had lived In Seattle for the paat 15 year*. She la aurvlvnd by her huaband, Severln Halvoraen, preal dent of the Diamond Ma/ hlne work* I Reliably Constructed I Bridgework rIOROUQHNm of ronntruitlon I* Imperative in every piece of hrldKework executed In thin eat«bllah>nent. ■ Kvary detail, from the preparation of the teeth to the flttlute ■ In of tha flnlahed bridge, l« dowly checked, and the (unr ■ ntitee of quality that attache* to nil work don* here meunx H genuine value to the patient. Every part of the operating ■ la done by a partne* In the bualnea* wllh the nld of the moat ■ mo<lern methoda approved by the hlgheat dental uuthorltlea H for the alleviation of pain. The patient can be aaaured of ■ quality In dentlotry done here, of It* arttatic appearnnre and ■ of the maximum of comfort In tha chair. I Open Evening* l«4r Attendant Elliott 4357 I I 11004" Tourth Avt jl B^^lbankCrJSvin^rßlcU funeral eervlcae will be held WM needay afternoon at 3 at the K. H niitterwnrlh A Son* - eatabll®, merit. Hurtal will h« in WaabalU, u»i.jr the body of her ion. Camp Lewis Wireless 11. S. ARMY ISOODS SALE The following article, are on anle *t »04 Third »*a, Heattie, Waahlng ton: L\ B Olive Drab All-Wool Shlrte. all Htiee. Red Crnaa Cotton li«ltln« Army Khoee; Hptrnl I'uUeva. Navy itlanket*. Klngle and double; Army tilanketa of all kind*. He*j Hheeta Pillow*; t'nderwear; Kinga; Hold Medal Folding Cot*. Hteel Cot*. Mat tre«*e«; Caa Maak*. Helmet*. Car t ridge BelU: Ditty Boxes; *acka; Army and Navy Tonchoa. Tent* of all kind*. Kly» and Tarpau line. Special equipment for Boy flcout* Mail order* given prompt atten tion. THE SEATTLE STAR Palmer in Field as Bourbon Possibility nv II N. ItICKKT PAN KItANCINCO. Jim* IS.- tn ihrup dlapatcliea yaelerday I mil t,>»<e,i that the withdrawal of Adoo from th* conteat for the prrnl dentlal nomination greatly etirnglh ened th* position of Co*. Thin »a* hccauee th* Ohio governor I* rwni nlaed (trncrally by th* Inulwi a* the man moat likely to tw elected. Ortnln Auu and complication* have been brought to tny attention during the paat 34 hour* that ralee a queatlon In my lillnil aa to whethei or not I, In common with moat others, am not undereatlmatinii • "aimer. • Outeide of the Palmer ramp there ha* been a disposition on the part of IKilltlral writer* anil politician* not to lake Palmer'* candidacy aerloualy. Until very recently moat of the other nandldata* and their m«n»»n» have not eonaldered Palmer* noinl nation aa within the poaalbllltlaa, much teea the probabllltlaa. I" tI.MKIC Mlt.ll'l tilth AH IH.AIM IK'H They are not *o aur* of that to day In fart, the)* ta wm* f*ar that a eltualion inay bo In Ui* m«k Ins that will fore* a coalition of th* Wl!*on and Hryan force* behind ("aimer and nomlnata him aarty In tha balloting, rather than tak* th* chance* on a deadlock with Cos aa the poaaibl* nomine* I have Just learned that those meml»erti of th* national committee who tiegan month* a(o to froum Palmer aa their candidate. hava r» newel their efforta with Increased vKar alnre McAdoo'a withdrawal Their purpoaa la to Una up th* greatrat poaalbla number of dele gate* for Palmer who will acre* to •upport him on Iha flrat two or three ballot* and aa lone thereafter aa hi* \ot* continue* to ln<*ieaj>e Then aa *o»n a* Hryan gets here be will t>* *hown that tha only way to Inaur* the defeat of Co* will be for him to throw hi* Inflow* to Palmer, ju*t aa h* did for Wilaon at llaltlmor*. . While ther* ara tota of men Hryan would rather aee nominated than I "aimer, h* la not in tha commoner'* black book, aa ia Col. BRYAN OPPOHK.H COX CAM Dill ACT llryan liaa brwiM Cot u (ho rnndldata of tha wata ami *» ha mnnlittm rlald anforramanl of tha prohibition unMidnwtil tha moat important qaaatlon bafora tha coun try, h« nml aaaumdly would join with tha Palmar forcaa to put I*almar ovar If ha ran h« nhown that mi>*h a oouiaa la nwaaairy to atop OWL In broad oitfllna. tha tnatda po lltinal muna that tn bain* playad b«ra TIIK t.RKATKHT n.tl or TIIK SKVfiON—ir YOU IH»N"T nraJKVB I *. A.HK AVT or TIIK TIIOI SAVDH WHO HA\K AUIKAOT KEEN "The Argyle Case" AT TUP. WILKES URIC ACID CAUSES RHEUMATISM tTrte Arid f*WN mora Mffartng and dtaeoi than anything atxe with which tha human flash haa to eon lend. iTwrtiraJly no on* In thla ag» of faat living. l«*ufflcte«t mxtrrlm and ovaraating la nwnpt from t?rtr Arid •M-r»IK>» In ooa or mora of Ita tarrlbla aymptoma Rheumatuun. llwtaM T>m»pap ata. IJ vrr Tmublm, F(ttiD*fiU(Mia In tha llowela and Htntnarh. liright'a Dwmm. Heart IHaraaa. Poor tlmi la(ion. Kldnay and HIaAW Trow blea. K)e»n<le«anaaa. Nerraoaneaa ate , ara aiane of tha mora mmm'T allmanta artatng from an aioaaa of Urte AMd In tha ayatam. The K idrteya are tha natorml flMara of the blood, and whan thay are over worked and can not property carry off tha potaona, tha aicaoa potaon rtlrtc Arid) la absorbed Into tha aya tarn and In tlma cryatalllaaa When thla l!rl( Arid attarha tha ■nuialaa between the Joint* and there la on fever, tha condition la known aa MT'HCrUAR Kll F.I'M ATIHM \Vtan It la de|»>altad In the flhroti* tiaauea aurrmintling tha Joint* and cauaea Inflammatton. great pain and ■welling, changing from one Joint to another. It la called INFLAMMA TORY ItHF.t'MATIHM When It r*- peati-dly attarka tha narvea of tha Joint*, raualng aavere pain, though with little or no gwalllng. It I* known aa CHRONIC KHKI'MATIHM Rr.UtJf*. < ;«ut. Neuralrta, and kindred dlaeaaa* ara ail reaulta front the Mm* rtiu*- an avcra of I'rki Arid, brought about by an Impair**) action of the Kldneya. OM rid of the r«u«f fha onrani nan not properly fulfill their normal funrttorifl until thla condition la ram edied Iko not dose youraelf with Hheumatlam Oirea and Kidney Medl clnna aa no permanent relief will b« eaperieix-ad until tha ncnn line And la removed and tha Kldneya aaaiima their natural action. Huchu and Marahinallow Com pound la tha greateat Uric Add sol vent mada. it la not a patent medi cine. but tha rcault of tha accumu lated knowledge of experienced chem lata and aevaral thouaand phyalclan* all over tlia country. We have man ufactured thla remedy for It years, and Uie twirviilous reaulta obtained warrant our claim that It la the beet ramedy aver compounded for thla purpoae. One bottle often reatorea the Kidney* and Madder to their normal health and atrength. Kven In tlie muat aggravated caaea or thona of long atandlng, tha Improvement ahown aftar taking tha flrat bottle ahould be so marked that the treat ment ahould no longer ba ronaidernd an experiment. Sold by good Druggists every place or sent, post paid, by Joyner Drug Co., Spokane, -Wash., on re ceipt of price, $l.OO and $2.00 bottles. la tietween Ihe I'almor people on the one aide and all of th* oiher candl dalea on the other It la milch the name alluallon ■> exl*ted at Oilrago when the <ondldulaa got together to atop Wood. Htrateglcnllr speaking. Palmer's poaltlon I* belter lhan Wond'a be cuuae th* withdrawal of Mi-Adoo ga\e him a reservoir of votaa to draw from and If liryan can he "ahown" there are from a hundred to a hundred and fifty more dele gafe* who are Hryan men In the aenee that they will vote aa be trite them. Then, from th* standpoint of the opiuiHltlon to I'aimer I* the very great danger that should Palmer g«-t reasonably near the 12% votea In th* rat ly balloting. th* ma«ic worda. "Put Palmer Over," will come from Palmer * great and good friend Kec retary Tumulty. M'COMBS RAPS WILSON POLICY Former Manager Turns Against President cmcAOO. J tins II —William p Mf< omh«, former chairman of the democratic' national committee a tad manager of President Wilson's first cnmiMUgn. prepared today <0 go to the Kan Kranclaco convention to war agulnat President Wilson. "It I* futile to create a iimoka arrean in Kurope br eaytng wliat thta country want*. and. on tha othar html. It la futlla to try to errata a anioka acrean lirra by aaylng wlial In honor »» muat do." Mnt'omha de rkwl In attarklng Wllaon'a plan for • I-aague of Kutluaa pUxik la lb« democratic platform. "At Hon l-'ranrixro wa a train turn to trur drmorrary regardlaaa of plata holders and pot hunlera." Mrt'omba aa&T "\Vn hava flnnhr<l with flna phraaae Tha Indlgnitlaa of autorrary will neaer again b* accepted by tbla nation." Candidates' Row It Awaiting Aspirant* BAN FRANCISCO. Juna S3—Can didate*' row la balng put In almpa today for reception of the aaplrmita for tha democratic praaldentlol nomi nation. who will ba on tha ground In paraon to direct th«-lr Pghta. Attornay General A MM''halt Pal mar. Kenafor Owan of Oklahoma, Kanator Hitchcock of Nahraaka. Henalor CaJter tilaaa of Virginia and poaalhiy Governor Co* of Ohio, ara »T ;«atlad to ba hara Ho far. how avar, Co* haa given no indication th.»t ha wtll attend. f'.laaa and Pal mar ara an rout*. Candida tear* row will ba divided batwaaa tha l'aiaca and at. Kra/icla hotela. Liquor Question Is Settled, Say Women HAN FRANCISCO. Juna M_ *'««• will try to «—an tha rota of paa/wmakar* batwaan tha eon tandln« wat and dry fh-rtkma of tha democrat to party at tha national con van lion hara. Tha woman will ur*a Votnmnn ■anaa" traatmant of tha wat and dry quaatfon. Mra <»aor«a lla«. Chl<-ac>. chairman of tha woman * damocraUc national mmmittaa. aald today. Th<- woman. Mra Haaa aald. aaa no raaaon why # aithar a wat or dry plank ahuuld appaar In tha dam<» eratlo platform Thay ratrard tha iaaua an aatt|*«l Thalr viaw waa arhoad by man dala«ata« arrivlnf to lay for the ponvantlon. Four Drowned in River Accident nmxm ■ <•. jun« ti wmh penwn* are dr«d aji • rrautt of * motor lioat unfiling when caught In a rurrent of tha st. Mary* river They ar» Mm. A. C. blaine and Mr* A Moa. of cranbrook Mi* Faith ewing of kimberley an<l Ml»a Thelma herrott daughter of tha i» prlrlor of st. Mary a lake bont l » i» The accident occurred Hun ! »y night. Militant Fugitive Captured Again After eacnptng from a patrolman once and putting up a nva|> tight bafora being aubdtied when arreated the aocond time, A. t.. Cregory, 4s. laborer, waa In the rlty Jail Tueaday. charged with dMordrrly conduct. I'&lrulman Thomaa Harnett arreat ed Oregory *l« wrrku ago, Aa he waa telephoning for til* pair"! wagon Oregury eating a clutch airUnat llar netl a leg*. upaet him, and fled. leav. Ing the crutch. Monday Tatrolman Clarancn Killing rrcognlxed luin aa the man who cacaped from Harnett. Orejrory swung a crutch agalnat Har reatml Cregnry and waa phonlnir for the wagon when (Iregory gtruck him and fled. He waa captured In an al ley nmr Madlaon at. between Second and Third a van. Report Message It Received From Dead NKW VOHK, June 21.~-Teata to determine whether Dr. Jamea H. hyslop lending aplrtt uallat, for yearn *r< tTtury of the American Society of psychical research alio died recent ly, baa apoketi from tho "other aide" to friend* here. were in progreaa to day, the aotlety announced. Ilvalop declared before he died that ha would cnnuminlmte with hla aaxo clatc* If It were at all poaalbls. A number of friend* today ajwerted 'hat the* had received "convincing and wonderful" me-wagea from him. ACHIHO PAIN ANO / rwyi j UNt>t>Miu / ' VjjijjKr j .'•oor comu^^^}\jll^Kmr' CALLOU * 1 ' ODOROUS I f^ T IW( ATINf ( torr soni^union ! END YOUR FOOT MISERY , Cal o-rUie poattively give* quick relief ■nd laatlnd remit) II penetrans the i poie* and remove* the caiiae (Ploater* ui each package for Stubborn Corns) All drug ttore*. J3c Medc»c<. o>ma otiio ikSUftJUMfIBSBO AWDou^llySithwi4 Our Semi-Annual Clearance Sale All Our Sports Silks At Clearance Reductions IRose Pink Baronette Satin, 40 inches wide. Printed Baronette Satin, varied colors on white backgrounds, 40 inches wide. \ Newport Cord, in striped ivory ' J and rose, 40 inches wide. I Newport Cord, in combinations I of rose and silver, and rose and \ orange, 40 inches wide. 36-Inch Jersey Tricolette, $5.95 —in plain orchid, silver, reindeer, tan, taupe, peacock and me dium gray; in figured patterns on light and dark backgrounds. 36-Inch Habutai Shirting, $2.95 A heavy quality striped silk which tubs welL 36-Inch Wash Satin, $2.45 Pink and ivory—a serviceable, attractive summer silk. Dress Silks and Linings / Jacquard Silk, 36 inches wide, in , I twelve color combinations. tf* 1 ZT ) Gray Chiffon Taffeta, 36 inches ) wide. r I Florentine Silk', 33 inches wide, I in ten color combinations. Clearance of Wash Goods /SR-inch Printedl Draw VoDm * 3S-incli Printed Dress Voiles. Cn- J»™ * d ' era,t """ TC- M-i-ch Printed M Silk. I vt 36-inch Silk and Cotton Crepe 36-lnch White Gaberdine. de Chine; plain colors. (38-Inch Printed Dress /a« inch printed sim and cotton Voiles. I Chln *- 36-inch Woven Stripe O-)"porun. naln S "" nn<l CottOTi jfjr\ TllSSah Silk. Jl.2s\ Ml " oh Corded, Wown, Cheeked *" / v )32-inch Silk and Cotton <r '•*« / ) voiia. I Shantung In stripes or /s«-inch Embroidered voile. \ printed coin spots. \ and 001,0,1 —MaeOMgall-ftaathwlrk. Gray LtMa Ska*. Clearance of Drapery Fabrics New Cretonnes Casement Cloth Reduced to 95 Novelty prints, In dark and light * patterns; 36 inches wide. 64 j nc h es ,rfde. In natural color, Reduced to 45c to $1,25 rose and gray, and blue and gold. a yard -a»»i>««iiw»«t*wi«k. rwu n«w. Ribbon Clearance Lace Clearance / Novelties for hair bows; f 2-inch White Cotton Crochet plaids, checks, stripes, two- I ///•' Laces, firm weaves, linen satin stripes; moir#and [finish. iplWn colors; 5 and 6 inches . (wide. aa | «-«nch White Cotton Crochet Zuc Bands Edgings, in varied ! Novelties for hair bows; , 'patterns. &ZJr£&27Si3! - m** orcd ci r . moir, »nd pto 35c "<*>»■ colors; 5 and 6 inches m ldc. Fiotr. INSPECTOR HANS DAMM la po lire chief pro tem while Chief W. 11. Hearing la In Portland attending the Hhiinrm' convention. STIFF NECK Caught in adraft— the stiffness and pains go quickly when you apply BAUME ANALG^SIQUE BENGUE (»■*» 4eMM >■>■) <Th*a. I i ■ I m * Ga» N. T Second Avenue at Pike REAL PAINLESS DENTISTS In or Oar ta Introduce our naw (whalebone) plat*, which u the Itshtaae Mrf atron**at plat* lim, oavara Tery little 'of the root of tha moat ha JaaJl C l£ > h 'ar cor— cob. (uwaaJ _____ EXAMINATION TOICS mi at u«h mm \L 111 IJLU^ U Anal*™. puling ..... rADiUSSB KXTKACnON AH WW* imhiM for T» yaara. Ka»« ■npnaaloa taken ta aw aiarotnc aad rat teeth aama day Biamlnattoa Md advlee fraa. Can mmt *aa Maflw o* Oar Ftata a*4 Ul4n Wwk. W> «»-h <v. Teat at Ttaai. Moat of oar preaent patronage ia re-o mm ended by out early patlenta. whoa* work !• atlll riving good aatlafartlon Aak oaf* . *«• patienta who hare trated our work. Whan mmln| ta our o/fica. ba bum jrau are la tha right place Brine thla ad with you. Ona kaalu. Fraa • ta IS fa* Warklat Pa.pl. „ OHIO CUT-RATE DENTISTS TT'FHDAT. JTTNIT ?«. I*?*.